A US court has ruled that Google did infringe upon copyrights by using Java codes to run its Android software, on which smartphones and many other devices are based.
The US Court of Appelas has ruled in favour of re-opening a case against Google filed by Oracle, which claims that the Android software maker used Java software to build code in violation of copyrights.
Microsoft Corp, Oracle Corp and IBM — looking to stoke demand for cloud computing services — are said to be shifting incentives for their sales representatives, pushing them to ensure their customer base.
Joining the Blockchain technology race, Cloud major Oracle has unveiled ‘Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service’ to enable organisations securely extend business applications and processes and accelerate transactions across partner ecosystems.
To provide small and midsize businesses (SMBs) access to the Cloud solutions and resources, Cloud major Oracle on Friday opened its first ‘Digital Hub’ in Bengaluru. The facility is first of the five ‘Digital Hubs,’ to be opened in Asia Pacific for the purpose.
Oracle Corp said on Monday it would buy Dyn, a monitor of global internet performance and traffic.
The Oracle initiative targets midsize firms, including micro, small and medium sized enterprises and startups.
Google made fair use of Android programming, says US District court.
Oracle Corp and Alphabet’s Google unit failed to settle a long-running copyright lawsuit over the Android operating system ahead of a retrial
Oracle is demanding a whopping $3.9 billion in damages in a lawsuit against Google over software copyrights.
Microsoft is unveiling a database software that works with Linux, the software that rivals Windows on the Server ecosystem
Oracle has announced plans to expand campuses outside the US and will open one in Bengaluru as part of the ‘Make in India’ campaign.
Google’s Android operating system has generated revenue of about $31 billion and profit of $22 billion since its release
Oracle will highlight why integrated cloud will deliver the most innovative and cost-effective benefits to customers.
Bot-So is a social robot that can be deployed for remote home surveillance by sending it commands via Twitter.